Tag Archives: Native American

Spring Equinox in Native American Cultures

The spring equinox is recognized by many Native cultures for the purposes of practicality and ceremony.

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Survey for Our Blog Readers

Take this simple survey to tell us what you’d like to see more of on the PWNA blog.

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President’s Day: Supporting Native American Communities through Action

President’s Day: While not all presidents have advocated for Native American communities, there are those who have championed tribes and supported policies to ensure fair treatment. Here’s our summary.

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Pro Tips for Submitting a Scholarship Application

We’ve gathered some tips based on feedback from our AIEF scholarship committee to assist students who are seeking to apply for an AIEF or other scholarship this year.

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Strengthening Native American Youth in Arizona

PWNA hosted the sixth annual Native Youth Know (NYK) Forum, a special initiative for young people… more than 140 Native American youth came to the Capitol to voice their concerns, challenges and opportunities to make changes in their communities.

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2019 Year in Review

We look forward to continuing our purpose of championing a brighter future for Native American communities in 2020. For now, here’s a recap of our readers’ favorite blog posts of 2019.

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Recently in Native News

With the end of 2019 near and the start of a new decade upon us, news around Indian Country continues to make national headlines. Please enjoy some of the most noteworthy Native American headlines from December.

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Season’s Greetings from PWNA

Throughout 2019, PWNA remained committed to improving nutrition, education, emergency response and capacity building in Indian country.

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National Homemade Bread Day and the History of Frybread

Nov. 17 is National Homemade Bread Day, and bread is one food that knows no cultural bounds. However, this day is also a reminder of the darker history behind Indian frybread.

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Recently in Native News

Native American issues are gaining more national attention as cities across the country recognize Indigenous Peoples Day and celebrate Native American traditions, culture and art.

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